I spent hours writing a good hub but it is not featured - quality. I amended it twice and still it's not featured
Can you tell me where is the problem with this hub and how can i correct it
http://hubpages.com/style/Why-are-massa … -your-face
Did you get a letter with hints? Sometimes is will point to 'Spammy Elements'. Here is the link to the FAQ. It will explain it better than I. BTW . . . they have amended the policy to 300 words per Amazon & Ebay capsule.
The hub itself looks okay to me. There might be a few too many Amazon capsule but that gets a specific "spammy elements" not a gender "quality" message.
There are some grammatical errors, that might be why it is being unfeatured for quality. Also, I would space images apart more or put text between images.
There are some incomplete sentences, some misuse of words and missing words in sentences too. None of the errors are extreme, but fixing them might help get the Hub featured. It might help for you to proof read it or have someone else proof read it to double check for errors.
I still feel that the obvious question is whether HP needs to reproduce material that has already been written about over a million times. If hubbers come on here and just reproduce material that they think is going to earn based on keyword research, does it have any intrinsic value?
Does it help HP reputation with the search engines if we space our images apart, put text between images, and then reproduce something?
I agree, but his question was about how to pass QAP. I'd advise new Hubbers to check if the specific subject is already covered here at HP. For one thing, it is harder to rank in the SERPs if the subject has already been covered. That's the main thing; it's more likely to get outranked if the Hub is on a subject already covered by another Hub. Basically it gets lost because Google's only going to rank one Hub out of the two.
The biggest issues I see with the hub are the use of copyrighted images and the use of Amazon capsules that don't relate to the hub. Your hub is about massage lines, and you don't talk about any of these products at all, and there are too many products being offered.
There are over 1.4 million results for this subject, and a lot of them are saying exactly the same thing. Are you writing anything based on personal experience, or did you just find a keyword that you thought would make some money. (I can point out the same thing about a hub on losing weight, maximizing revenue through the use of keywords, and others.)
HP is full of information that is already out there on the internet. The QAP was developed to reduce that.
Thank you very much for the suggestions. I will correct the grammatical mistakes and reduce the amazon capsules to one or two. There are many featured pages on HB will wall of amazon capsules. I think HB is becoming strict on this now.Hope this time, it passes the QAP
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